Sunday, April 11, 2021

255 'Transgender' Inmates Request Transfer To Women's Prisons After CA Passes New Law; Some Incarcerated Women Express Fear After New CA Law Allows Transgender Inmates to Select Housing, and related stories

255 'Transgender' Inmates Request Transfer To Women's Prisons After California Passes New Law:
For those who are wondering how the Democrats’ “Equality Act” – requiring people to be treated according to their gender identity -- will operate if passed, we’re getting some foreshadowing from California. On January 1, a law went into effect holding that state prisoners must be housed in a facility consistent with their gender identity, regardless of their anatomy. To date, 261 prisoners – 255 of them biological men – have asked to be relocated.
The reasoning behind the law wasn’t just the usual woke madness of treating transgenderism as if it’s not a sad case of body dysmorphia but is, instead, a magical change in sex. Instead, there was a humane goal: Men who identify as women, when placed in all-male prisons, are extremely vulnerable to prison rape. One man in Australia claimed that he was raped over 2,000 times which, if true, is appalling.
However, when you place so-called transgender men in women’s prisons, there’s also a rape problem, with the men – many of whom claim to be lesbians – raping those women unlucky enough find themselves in the same cell, ward, or shower as one of these so-called “transgender” women. --->READ MORE HERE
Report: Some incarcerated women express fear after new California law allows transgender inmates to select housing:
Since January, 261 California prison inmates who are biologically male but self-identify as female have requested transfers to women’s prisons, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation reports, after a new bill was signed into law by California Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Newsom signed S.B. 132 into law in January. The law requires the state corrections department to ask every individual entering its custody to specify their gender pronoun and identity, and to declare if they identify as transgender, nonbinary or intersex.
The bill was authored by state Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, who also authored a bill that relaxed sex offender registry requirements for sodomy and other acts with minors to reportedly end “discrimination against LGBTQ young people on the sex offender registry,” according to Weiner. Newsom signed the controversial registry bill into law.
The new prison law requires the corrections department to house inmates in a “correctional facility designated for men or women based on the individual’s preference.” California’s law is similar to ones passed in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York City. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to related stories:

‘Men Are Coming’: 255 California Prison Inmates Have Requested Transfer To Women’s Prisons Since January

California receives 261 transgender prisoners transfer requests under new law – including 255 to women’s prison

Over 250 Male California Prison Inmates Request Transfer to Women’s Facilities

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